Pleasanton Weekly

News - April 9, 2010

Real estate 'Town Hall' set for April 15

Experts will talk about local market, mortgage options

by Jeb Bing

The third annual Pleasanton Real Estate Town Hall will be held starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 15 in the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street.

Sponsored by the city of Pleasanton, Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, Pleasanton Weekly and the Bay East Association of Realtors, the purpose of the town hall is to provide objective, timely and accurate information about the residential real estate in Pleasanton. The event is an opportunity for Pleasanton residents to hear from industry experts about what's really happening in the local real estate market.

  A panel of real estate experts and community leaders will lead a discussion about the current status of residential real estate in Pleasanton. Representatives from the real estate profession, lending industry, and consumer advocates will each speak on their area of expertise. 

  Panelists will include: Pam Winterbauer, 2010 president of the Bay East Association of Realtors; George Duarte, California Association of Mortgage Brokers; and Dr. Stephen Shmanske, director of the Smith Center for Private Enterprise Studies and a professor in the College of Business and Economics at Cal State East Bay.

The town hall meeting is open to everyone at no charge.

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